IoT

  • Five Minutes With…Louis Parks, CEO, SecureRF8:42

    Five Minutes With…Louis Parks, CEO, SecureRF

    Securing the Internet? That’s not exactly a new concept. In fact, not even close. However, what differentiates SecureRF from the dozens and dozens of others that make the same claim is that they secur

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  • Taking the dev-kit tour with Alexa

    Taking the dev-kit tour with Alexa

    The DS20921AudioSmart 2-Mic Development Kit for Amazon AVS does an excellent job of eliminating echo, background noise, and concerns over microphone position and speaker placement.

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  • Mechatronics aids in embedded system design

    Mechatronics aids in embedded system design

    By looking at embedded systems from a different perspective, a mechatronics perspective, systems can be improved while saving cost. Over the last few...

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  • Securing the edge with ARM TrustZone for v8-M

    Securing the edge with ARM TrustZone for v8-M

    ARM's new 32-bit ARMv8-M architecture was introduced in 2015, adding TrustZone security extensions for Cortex-M microcontrollers (MCUs), among other f...

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  • Signal- and power-integrity fundamentals are essential in a high-speed PCB

    In today's digital design world, speed is often the main factor determining a product's performance. Many designs are packed with too many high-speed...

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  • Analytics-driven embedded systems, part 2 - Developing analytics and prescriptive controls

    Analytics-driven embedded systems, part 2 - Developing analytics and prescriptive controls

    In Part 1, we motivated the use of analytics within embedded systems using examples such as the BuildingIQ intelligent climate control system and the...

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  • Embedded Application Frameworks: Simplifying the development of M2M devices

    Embedded Application Frameworks: Simplifying the development of M2M devices

    A helping hand from Embedded Application Frameworks eases design pressures for M2M developers.

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  • Choosing the best IoT protocol

    Choosing the best IoT protocol

    While much of the IoT relies on the traditional embedded development skills, the requirement for always-on connectivity is tasking engineers to make d...

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  • IPv6 over Bluetooth Smart takes wearables from smartphone to standalone

    IPv6 over Bluetooth Smart takes wearables from smartphone to standalone

    Smart watches such as Magellan's Echo can transmit and receive data from a smartphone for up to 11 months from a single CR2032 coin cell.

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  • Building trust in the Internet of Things

    Building trust in the Internet of Things

    Embedded device security is quickly becoming a broader and more complex topic as exponentially more devices of all kinds and sizes are connected toget...

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  • Semiconductor foundations for connected device security

    Semiconductor foundations for connected device security

    Foundational security for Internet of Things (IoT) devices starts in silicon, a realization that can be seen today as semiconductor companies ramp up...

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  • Industrial IoT Roadshow: Ease of Use, Ethernet TSN help National Instruments address the range of IIoT applications

    Kyle Voosen, Senior Business Segment Manager for Physical Test Systems and Industrial IoT at National Instruments is responsible for hardware and soft...

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  • EdgeX Foundry joins industry-wide push for IoT interoperability

    You're sitting in your cubicle working on a zigbee driver for some connected "thing" when you decide to see if Google can provide any shortcuts. After...

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  • National Instruments platforms and tools evolve for IIoT developers of all skill levels

    National Instruments platforms and tools evolve for IIoT developers of all skill levels

    Almost 31 years ago National Instruments (NI) introduced LabVIEW, one of the first visual programming languages and design environments for system dev...

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  • Bluetooth and market trends in mesh networking

    Bluetooth and market trends in mesh networking

    Of all the design decisions associated with an Internet of Things (IoT) deployment, the most fundamental is the choice of network architecture. Partic...

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  • Z-Wave Alliance ups security in home automation products

    You're probably tired of hearing me say it, but it can't be stressed enough--security must be paramount in your design, whether it's a financial syste...

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  • Smart home hindered by ease of configuration, cost

    Back in the '90s, before online gaming involved centralized servers, connectivity was either locally via LAN or the untamable beast that was a direct...

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  • electronica: Geofencing and wellness tracking with the NanoTracker

    electronica: Geofencing and wellness tracking with the NanoTracker

    Claiming the world's smallest GPS and GPRS tracking device (which now supports 3G), Frankfurt-based company Round Solutions is adamant they provide "a...

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  • Fog computing with minimal resources

    Edge devices don't always have the compute power to make compute-intensive decisions. Hence, data is collected at the edge and transferred to the clou...

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  • Will passports one day be secured with biometrics?

    Cybersecurity was an important topic at Mobile World Congress Shanghai. I was invited to join a panel with cybersecurity experts from Intel, Huawei, N...

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